The last vivid dream I recall was actually from two nights ago but the vivid imagery stuck with me. It had an obvious Star Wars theme beginning with a daylight scene of Luke and Leia bickering about something prior to a nighttime scene inside a command post with huge windows looking out upon a cityscape, and technicians sitting at computer stations. The commander was a man holding something that looked like a tablet computer, except that instead of a computer screen it had sixteen or twenty push-button squares with simple words printed in block letters (such as "SHIELD", "SHIP" and "LASER"). The commander, who apparently was a bored civilian without military experience, pushed buttons at random even as an enemy force marching in lockstep appeared ~ shooting blasters at random ~ and crashed through a side brick wall and into the control room. The individual soldiers looked a bit like Sontarans (from Doctor Who) but their tactics were perhaps more inspired by memories of battle droids from the prequels.
A TV commercial then followed with a toy related to the battle scene, specifically a set of gray plastic bricks large enough that a small child could assemble them into a rubble wall; a young boy holding a toy blaster was then shown pretending to take cover behind the wall while his pleased mother looked on. Simple animation of smoke and explosions superimposed on the label of the toy's box further suggested the milieu of battle. As I looked at the box more closely, though, I was surprised to see that the toy not only wasn't specifically related to Star Wars, but wasn't related to any kind of battle either. Rather, the toy consisted of a small plastic car and three pieces of plastic, roughly the size of dominoes and decorated to resemble buildings such as an automobile repair shop and apartment buildings. Writing on the bricks seemed old-fashioned as if from the 1930's or earlier, so I supposed that the game was actually an old product that was re-packaged to somehow tie-in with the movie. As for the game itself, it seemed to involve crashing the car into the bricks and knocking them over, but toward what end or purpose was unclear.